Flake 8

I think most of us have known for some time now that Jeff ‘The Snowflake’ Flake is little more than a sniveling liberal scumbag doing his best to disguise himself as a conservative and as someone who genuinely cares very much about preserving those values that made America great.   But like his mentor, ‘The Maverick’ (may he rot in Hell), Flake has long demonstrated a willingness, even eagerness, to turn his back on those who elected him to his high office, as well as on why it was they voted for him.  And ‘The Snowflake’ has long been one of those guys who was far more concerned with the covering of his backside than he on what it was that he was ‘supposed’ to be doing in representing the folks back home.

So I’m pretty sure that it comes as no surprise to hear that ‘The Snowflake’ has indicated that he intends on joining with the Democrats in an effort to block President Trump from attempting to interfere with the Mueller investigation and saying, “It is more important than ever.”  Important to who, exactly, I’m not quite sure.  Because if there is one thing that is quite certain, it’s that the whole Mueller ‘investigation’ seems to be very unimportant to the vast majority of those who reside OUTSIDE the beltway.   But hey, ‘The Snowflake’ has never been one to be all that concerned about what the folks back home might think, after all, they’re all the way across the country, and he’s doing important work in Washington.

Anyway, it was in a tweet just this past Thursday that ‘The Snowflake’ said he would be joining with his ‘colleague and friend’ Senator Chris Coons, Democrat, in an effort to pass legislation the specific purpose of which will be to protect the ‘investigation’ of Robert Mueller into Russian election interference and alleged collusion with the Trump campaign.  ‘The Snowflake’ added, “After the firing of The AG, it is more important than ever to protect the Special Counsel.”   Of course ‘The Snowflake’ was referring to the announcement that Jeff Sessions would be resigning from his duties as U.S. Attorney General the day after the midterm election.  I thought it a bit of a stretch to say Sessions was “fired.”  But hey…

And on Wednesday ‘The Snowflake’ explained in another tweet what exactly the legislation would mean.   He said, “Earlier this year, we passed S.2644, the Special Counsel Independence and Integrity Act, out of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The bill would safeguard Robert Mueller’s investigation.”  And he added, “Leader McConnell should bring the bill to the Senate floor as soon as possible.”  Critics of the president, of which ‘The Snowflake’ has been and continues to be one of the more vocal,  believe he intends to stop the investigation into Russian interference because it might further implicate members of his former campaign and his administration.  Something that the president has repeatedly denied.

That’s no to say that President Trump has, on more than one occasion, persistently complained and criticized about the investigation being little more than a politically motivated “witch hunt,” a description that I wholeheartedly agree with.  And it’s no secret that President Trump has been at odds with ‘The Snowflake’ for some time now. After all, ‘The Snowflake’ is one of those creatures of ‘The Swamp!”  And it was in speaking about ‘The Snowflake’ as recently as this past Wednesday that the president said, “I retired him. I’m very proud of it, I did the country a great service.”   And then he went on to say and rather dismissively, “He is retired. I’d like to call it another word, but we’re gonna treat him with great respect.”

‘The Snowflake’ makes for the perfect face of ‘The Swamp,’ and for any number of very obvious reasons.  For one thing he personifies ALL that ‘The Swamp’ is, and all that is wrong with it.  He is a self-righteous fraud.  It was when running for re-election that he was never afraid to say pretty much whatever he felt he must, because he knew that once he was successfully getting himself safely reelected all of those many promises that he made in an effort to garner support, would promptly be forgotten as if they had never been made.  More often than not, this is the caliber of individual we are now left to contend with, every two or four years, when choosing who will represent us in Congress.  Pretty sad!